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[Video] An Interview With Line Dance Leader Gina DeFrancesco

The line dance leader is often considered one of the many faces of THON. Not even the Executive Committee gets as much stage time as the person in front of the crew leading the line dance. Though there are other dancer relations captains and committee leaders who get to do the line dance on stage, the leader is always in the front of the pack (unless she’s sleeping)

We had a chance to catch up with this year’s line dance leader, Gina DeFrancesco, to see what her favorite lines and moves of the line dance are and why she THONs. Check out the full interview below:

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Lexi Shimkonis

Lexi is an editor-turned-staff writer who can often be found at either Irving's or the Phyrst (with the chances she'll have her backpack being the same). Lexi is a senior hailing from Spring City, PA (kind of) and studying Civil Engineering. Please email questions and/or pleas for an Instagram caption to [email protected], or for a more intimate bond, follow her on Twitter @lexshimko.

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